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RUNNING REMIXED: THE ON CLOUD X AND TODAY’S TOP WORKOUT PLAYLISTS

RUNNING REMIXED: THE ON CLOUD X AND TODAY’S TOP WORKOUT PLAYLISTS

For many of us, our workout playlists play an integral role in our fitness routine. Music choice can make or break a workout. 

Music can motivate us when we’re struggling for inspiration at the tail-end of a long run. It can help get us in the right mindset during a warmup routine. Music can even help us stick to a specific pace by providing a consistent beat.

Nowadays, it’s even easier to find the right music. Ever since the development of music-streaming apps, anyone with a smartphone has been granted access to virtually anything. Any song, artist, or playlist their heart desires.

AND you don’t even have to worry about holding your phone in your hand while working out, thanks to running belts and armbands. Now you can conveniently place your phone in a secured pouch, throw on some bluetooth headphones (we recommend Aftershoks) and you’re off to the races!

Overwhelmed by the infinite amount of playlist choices available at your fingertips? We feel you. To help you narrow it down, we’ve put together a little custom selection of Spotify playlists available for anyone to listen to on the Spotify app. Here are some of our favorite music playlists to pump our biceps to….

TOP WORKOUT PLAYLISTS

 

Dwayne Johnson’s Iron Paradise Tour Playlist

I mean…does The Rock ever really recommend something that’s not insanely good? *cough* Teremana *cough cough.*

 

Beast Mode 

A frequently updated schmorgesborg of today’s best pop, house, and rap music

 

Hype

If “Beast Mode” isn’t aggressive enough for you

 

Beast Mode Dance

If you’re a “every workout should feel like a party” kind of person

 

Gym Music 2021

Not the most creative playlist name, but this one has the best variety of current hits, curated by Future’s Finest


 

Power Hour

Great for stationary biking

 

Adrenaline Workout

For when you got a lot of stuff to work through

 

Running Playlist 2021

Again, putting the lack of creativity in the playlists’s name aside–come on people, stand out from the crowd a little!–this one is updated weekly and its fresh beats are guaranteed to get you through Cardio Day

 

THE ON CLOUD X

Looking for the right running shoe that can handle the treadmill just as easily as the weight room floor? We recommend the On Cloud X. 

The Cloud X is a lightweight, smartly cushioned shoe with an energetic pop, built for any gym activity. Its flexibility and breathability make it perfect for tempo runs and interval workouts, while its raised sidewalls and firm heel cap provide the right amount of stability for weightlifting.

SHOP CLOUD X

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ON ATHLETES: THE ULTIMATE RUNNING PLAYLIST

RUNNING REMIXED: ON ATHLETES SHARE THEIR FAVORITE RUNNING PLAYLIST

For many of us, music plays an integral role in our fitness routine. A good running playlist can make or break your run.

Music can motivate you when you are struggling for inspiration at the tail-end of a long run. It can help you get in the right mindset during a warmup routine. The right song can even help you stick to a specific pace by providing a consistent beat to run to. 

Nowadays, technology has made it even easier to incorporate music into your running routine. Ever since the development of music-streaming apps, anyone with a smartphone has been granted access to virtually anything. Any song, artist, or playlist their heart desires.

You don’t even have to worry about holding your phone in your hand while running either., Yay running belts and armbands!

You can now conveniently place your phone in a secured pouch and throw on some bluetooth headphones. We recommend Aftershoks. After that, you’re off to the races!


Alas, thanks to all this new technology, the only thing you really have to worry about anymore is WHAT to listen to. It can be so difficult choosing a running playlist. Even when you have chosen one you like, it can get old pretty quickly.

That is why we got together with our friends at On Running to help us REMIX our running repertoire!

We asked some of our favorite On-sponsored athletes to send us their go-to running playlists, and what we received does not disappoint!

TOP RUNNING PLAYLISTS

Jerome Avery, who took Paralympic Gold for the 100m in 2016, sent us a list of go-to jamz that get him in the mood to dominate the track with this sprinting partner David Brown. 


David Kilgore, the Florida-grown running guru himself, sent us a list of timeless classics that get him through his long hours on the trail.

Rachel Cliff, one of Canada’s most talented and exciting elite-distance athletes, shared what she listens to that help her adapt to the recent changes in her training schedule.

Over a dozen of our favorite On athletes have shares their go-to playlists with us, which are available for you at any time on our Jackrabbit Spotify Account.

Join us today and discover your next favorite running jam!

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